Profitable Staking and USDT 30,000 as a Bonus: Token Holders Are Waiting For the Third Stage of PACT Drop
The p2pb2b.io exchange continues giving away USDT 30,000 exclusively to PACT token stakers. On 15 and 29 April, the exchange held the first two stages and gave away a total of USDT 3,000. At each new stage, the reward will go up according to the schedule:
May, 13th —USDT 3,000
May, 27th —USDT 6,000
June, 10th —USDT 8,000
June 24th —USDT 10,000
How to participate
All PACT stakers automatically get their share that’s proportionate to their share in the staking pool— visit the exchange website to find out about the amount you can earn.
You can enter the giveaway or increase your share at any stage: as the next drop is scheduled for 13 May, it’s the right time to join in. Here’s what you need to do:
- Join the exchange community and automatically get 50 PACT to your account
- Each referred user gets you another 10 PACT
- Trade and buy tokens
- Contribute tokens to the staking pool
Users are enjoying more and more options to get PACT. It’ll soon be possible to get a 10% bonus from the staking balance of your referrals, bonuses from your PACT buy trades and NFT gifts for stakers.
All PACT staking benefits
Exclusive drops are only part of PACT staking benefits. Firstly, since 1 April, when trading sessions started, PACT has grown by 300% to make sure users will also benefit from the coin growth at the end of the staking period. Secondly, the exchange offers favorable deposit conditions—up to 40% annual interest.
Consequently, the larger your staking balance, the greater your interest. It accrues on the main account every week and is immediately available for use. Therefore, by increasing the staking balance, you get both high interest and a large share at the giveaway.
The p2pb2b.io cryptocurrency exchange supports over 200 cryptocurrencies and processes up to 10,000 transactions per second. The platform includes all essential trading tools and guarantees enhanced security of transactions.
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